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Old 09-07-03, 04:32 PM   #1
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Question ASUS V9560 VideoSuite (Dual DVI)

Hi,

I'm going to replace my Matrox G550 Dual DVI, because of the "X-Start delay Bug".

Are there known problems with the "ASUS V9560 Dual DVI (FX 5600)" and Redhat/Mandrake?

I want to use the DualHead (DVI) Mode.

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Old 09-09-03, 04:13 PM   #2
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I myself am also a Matrox DVI refugee. I have a Geforce 4 4600, and DVI just worked with the nvidia's linux drivers. I for one thought that Matrox would have better support for linux, but they plain and simple suck compared to Nvidia. So you shouldn't have any issues with Dual DVI Nvidia card. But I'm only using a single monitor.
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thanks!
i'll try it....
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